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All Things Are Lights
All Things Are Lights Sented by Sarah Gerdes

In the war-torn world of Louis IX's failed crusades, amidst the secret society called the "Knights Templar," a young warrior comes of age.

Swiss Family Robinson
Swiss Family Robinson Sented by Steve Bark

The Robinsons leave their home in Switzerland planning to settle half a world away. But things do not turn out as they had expected. The sole survivors of a terrible shipwreck, they wash ashore to learn that the danger has only begun. Their new world will test their courage, cleverness, endurance, and faith as they struggle to survive and create a civilization of their own in the wilderness.

Arms and the Man A Pleasant Play
Arms and the Man A Pleasant Play Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Arms and the Man is a comedy written by George Bernard Shaw, and was first produced in 1894 and published in 1898, and has become one of the most popular plays of George Bernard Shaw. Like his other works, Arms and the Man questions conventional values and uses war and love as his satirical targets.

Alien Cradle
Alien Cradle Sented by Emma

Rath Scampion, outer rim scout, explores the barren landscapes of Fenrir just before a Regency Scientific Council plants the seed of a genetically created "alien". Once the colony takes hold, researchers discover the Fenrites advancing at an alarming pace, passing quickly through complex stages of industrial and technological growth. As the experiment spirals out of control, Rath must flee Regency investigators, ending up in the midst of marauders and outcasts. He is caught with no safe haven as the Fenrite disaster spurs on political and military chaos throughout the Regency controlled worlds.

The Chessmen of Mars
The Chessmen of Mars Sented by Rebecca

The adventures of Princess Tara in the land of headless men, creatures with the power of detaching their beads from their bodies and replacing them at will.

Warlord of Mars
Warlord of Mars Sented by Musa

Old acquaintances, made in the two other stories, reappear: Tars Tarkas, Tardos Mors and others. There is a happy ending to the story in the union of the Warlord, the title conferred upon John Carter, with Dejah Thoris.

The Black Moth A Romance of the XVIII Century

Jack Carstares, disgraced eldest son of the Earl Wyncham, returns home in secret to live as a highwayman, the only way he can remain in the land he loves. Injured while foiling the abduction of beautiful Diana Beauleigh by the infamous Duke of Andover, Jack is taken in by Diana's Aunt Betty, and his recovery is surrounded by mystery and intrigue.

At the Earth's Core
At the Earth's Core Sented by Jacob

"Edgar Rice Burroughs' inner world evokes fantastic images of a world without time and a landscape like no other. He was not the first to utilize a hollow earth to tell a a story, but his is the best and most completely realized of all the inner world tales."--erblist.com

Captain Blood His Odyssey
Captain Blood His Odyssey Sented by Rebecca

The sharp-witted Dr. Peter Blood, an Irish physician, is convicted of treason in the aftermath of the Monmouth rebellion in 1685, and enslaved on the Caribbean island of Barbados. After his daring escape he becomes a pirate, driven to revenge his enslavement and clear his name.

The Apartment Next Door
The Apartment Next Door Sented by Rebecca

A story of the U.S. Secret Service, into which Mr. Johston has woven mysteries more enthralling than in "The House of Whispers.""A lively and exciting yarn which holds one's interest from first to last."--New York Times.

This Side of Paradise
This Side of Paradise Sented by Jacob

Wealthy and attractive Princeton student Amory Blaine dabbles in literature and romance, and becomes disillusioned by the greed and social climbing of post-World War I American youth.

The Bandit of Hell's Bend
The Bandit of Hell's Bend Sented by Steve Bark

No better yarn of the old cattle days can be found in current fiction. Tense dramatic situations; unforgettable characters presented with incomparable skill; the humor and repartee of the "boys," and over all the glamor and romance of the old west.

King Solomon's Mines
King Solomon's Mines Sented by Rebecca

The first great "Lost World" action-adventure, a precursor to Indiana Jones H. Rider Haggard's King Solomon's Mines has entertained generations of readers since its first publication in 1885. Following a mysterious map of dubious reliability, a small group of men trek into southern Africa in search of a lost friend-and a lost treasure, the fabled mines of King Solomon. Led by the English adventurer and fortune hunter Allan Quartermain, they discover a frozen corpse, survive untold dangers in remote mountains and deserts, and encounter the merciless King Twala en route to the legendary hoard of diamonds.

The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans

The Adventure Of The Bruce-Partington Plans by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Thick smog-shrouded London is broken by a sudden visit from Holmes' brother Mycroft. He has come about some lost, secret submarine plans.

A Yankee in the Trenches
A Yankee in the Trenches Sented by Emma

I have tried as an American in writing this book to give the publica complete view of the trenches and life on the Western Front as itappeared to me, and also my impression of conditions and men as Ifound them.

Moll Flanders The Fortunes & Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders &c.

Who was Born in Newgate, and during a Life of continu'd Variety for Threescore Years, besides her Childhood, was Twelve Year a Whore, five times a Wife (whereof once to her own Brother), Twelve Year a Thief, Eight Year a Transported Felon in Virginia, at last grew Rich, liv'd Honest, and dies a Penitent. Written from her own Memorandums . . .

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